This historic preservation plan will be an effective policy instrument only if it is periodically updated to reflect current conditions and needs of the community. It is important for the plan to be reviewed about every two years to determine if the plan is meeting the goals and objectives. If it appears the plan is working well no update is necessary. If items are identified which need to be investigated and changed then an update process should begin. The update process should include pubic review and input to test the overall goals, objectives, and implementing actions to assure the plan is reflective of the communitys desires and needs for protection of its historic resources.